MEDiSURG Creates StarPath Biomedical Equipment Technician Training Division

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The opportunity for increased savings, uptime and freedom for organizations that have trained, in-house staff to diagnose and maintain phaco procedure equipment is undeniable. The market is looking for options and StarPath promises self-sufficiency – for both management and biomed techs.

StarPath Training is a unique provider of Biomedical Equipment Service Technician training for Alcon and other Vision Systems.

“The opportunity for increased savings, uptime and freedom for organizations that have trained, in-house staff to diagnose and maintain phaco procedure equipment is undeniable,” explains John Weymouth, President. “So, we created a dedicated division that trains biomed techs to maintain and service Alcon Constellation, Infiniti, Accurus and Legacy Vision Systems.”

“The market is looking for options and StarPath promises self-sufficiency – for both management and biomed techs,” Weymouth added.

About StarPath Training
The StarPath Training staff is former expert field technicians – so they know these products inside and out. With individual classes or on-site courses for multiple employees, StarPath creates training that fits your needs.

About MEDiSURG
MEDiSURG was established in 2002 with nearly 75 years in combined expertise in ophthalmic sales and service. MEDiSURG, a provider of consulting services in the phacoemulsification and vitrectomy niche, announces the creation of the StarPath Training division. MEDiSURG assists customer by providing a variety of services in the phacoemulsification and vitrectomy niche. With 10 years in the ophthalmic field, MEDiSURG provides expert manufacturer information & advice to help the consumer make an educated decision.

Centrally located in the United States, MEDiSURG phacoemulsification & vitrectomy solutions are utilized stateside and wordwide. We have developed a network of specialists in all areas of the medical surgical field. We are a resource for hospital administrators, biomedical engineer technicians, surgery center/clinics, and medical equipment brokers. Let us help offer a solution to your phacoemulsification & vitrectomy needs/concerns

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